With the healing power of magnets and the sophisticated style of fine jewelry, each bracelet contains two powerful rare earth magnets enclosed in stainless steel for rust-free conductivity. Wearing magnets can improve circulation and energy transfer to all areas of the body and magnets on the wrist can reduce the pain and stiffness of arthritis. Bracelets are made of copper, brass and German silver. NOTE: If you are pregnant, have a pacemaker or other electrical implant, please consult your doctor before wearing magnets.
An 1880s fashion rage, slide bracelets are made from keepsake jewelry parts, stickpin heads, rings and buttons. This bracelet is made from Victorian-era jewelry parts and set with crystal and vintage stones. This combination of current style and antique makes for a perfect heirloom piece. Made of gold, silver and bronze over pewter, it measures 7.5" in length.
Real flowers - tiny roses, wildflowers and forget-me-nots - are encased in this beautiful 2" pendant necklace. Forget-me-nots are symbolic of faithfulness and enduring love and the red rose is also a symbol of love - as well as the symbol of England. Sterling silver chain measures 16".
"Here with a Loaf of Bread beneath the Bough,/A Flask of Wine, a Book of Verse and Thou/Beside me singing in the Wilderness/And Wilderness is Paradise enough." The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám is one of the world's greatest selection of poems, a celebration of love and sensual pleasure. Words from Edward FitzGerald's famous translation of the 11th-century masterpiece wind over and around a twisted Möbius bangle, cast in sterling silver and ornately engraved. About ¼" wide. Comes with a story card. Made in U.S.A.
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"Lord, make me an instrument of your peace." Words from St. Francis of Assisi are inscribed on a never-ending Möbius ring, a symbol of infinity and a perfect form for this universal prayer of peace. The sterling silver 1" pendant hangs on a delicate sterling cable chain that adjusts from 18"-20". Comes with a story card. Made in U.S.A.